Cybersecurity resilience is a top priority, with 70% of Australian organizations surveyed saying a security incident has impacted their business operations in the past two years, according to the latest Cisco is not surprising. security findings report.
This report identified cultural, environmental, and solution-based factors that help enable security.
By type of recent incident, 60.7% identified a network or system outage, 52.9% identified a network or data breach, 52.1% accidental disclosure, and 51.4% identified a distributed denial of service attack.
These figures suggest that a significant percentage of affected organizations experienced multiple incidents.
Given how prevalent incidents are, it’s no surprise that, in addition to trying to avoid problems in the first place, considerable attention is being paid to dealing with them when they arise.
That’s why 96% of surveyed executives say security resilience is a priority. Common objectives included adapting to unexpected external changing events or trends, preventing major security incidents and losses, and mitigating economic losses due to security incidents.
“Technology is transforming business at an unprecedented scale and speed. While this creates new opportunities, it also brings challenges, especially in terms of security. In addition, enterprises need the ability to anticipate, identify, and resist cyber threats, as well as the ability to quickly recover from them if compromised.That is building resilience,” said Cisco Business Security Group. CISO Helen Patton said.
“At the end of the day, security is a risk business. Enterprises don’t protect everything everywhere, so security resilience allows organizations to focus their security resources on the parts of the business that provide the most value, ensuring that value is protected.” can.”
The report identifies seven security resilience success factors, with organizations having these factors being in the top 10 resilience businesses, and those lacking them being in the bottom 10. was included in they are:
1. executive support.
2. security culture.
3. Secure security staff and other resources.
Four. A simple hybrid cloud environment.
Five. Adopt Zero Trust.
6. XDR (extended detection and response) capability.
7. SASE (Secure Access Service Edge) functionality.
” security findings report A study of what works and what doesn’t in cybersecurity. Jeetu Patel, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Security and Collaboration at Cisco, said:
“This year, our focus is on identifying the key factors that will make your enterprise security resilience one of the best in the industry.”
The report’s findings are based on survey responses from more than 4,700 participants in 26 countries.
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